Brooklyn Street Art

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“All Big Letters” Opens, Curated by RJ Rushmore

ALL BOLD CAPS. Early graffiti train writers knew they could gain their widest audience on elevated train tracks the same way cigarette manufacturers broadcast from billboards looming above streets. BLADE emblazoned entire train sides with his five letters, as did LEE with his three. Audacious, confident, commanding: the ultimate tag. Faust at work on his […]

Ben Eine A to Z (and then some) in Philadelphia

We are texting every day and everywhere these days. Ben Eine appears to be doing it across the entirety of South Philadelphia. Ben Eine. Mural Arts Program. Philadelphia. July 2015. (photo © Steve Weinik/Mural Arts Program) The prolific London artist who is known for his distinctive lettering style sits right at the border of graffiti […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 08.02.15

Did you see the blue moon over New York Friday night? Looked to be more crimson actually. Welcome to August and the hot sticky band of dirty grit that comes with it. Escape from New York if you can, even if it is just on a lawn chair in a park. NYC parks have a […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 04.12.15

This Sunday’s collection of images of the week presents a fair number of unknown artists alongside better known names such as Dennis McNett and Stikman expressing fantasies, fears, politics, geopolitics, economics, and existential matters… such is the nature of the street. Here’s our weekly interview with the street, this week featuring Clint Mario, Dennis McNett, Observer […]

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